Linking Arms To Raise Our Children

I recently attended a conference that concluded with all 500 participants, trainers, and event staff linking arms and singing an inspirational song together.  What I experienced was:

  1. Connection.  I felt that I was connected and significant to the people beside me, and that through each other, our energy moved and flowed to touch everyone in the room.  We were charged.
  1. Power.  I felt powerful through linking arms.  I felt the physical tone of my neighbors’ arms.  I exercise and keep my arms strong, and I imagined the strength I was conveying.  It felt good to be touched and experienced that way.
  1. Humility.  I saw how small I was – one among hundreds – one among seven billion brothers and sisters.  Yet it was clear how essential I was in our circle.  Without me, this conclusion would be incomplete.

When we link arms, we harmonize, synergize, and reach our ultimate goals.  Linking arms brings us together and refines us.  It illuminates us individually and collectively.  That day, linking arms joined us for a moment and forever, an auspicious way to remind us of our commission to change the world.

In a few weeks, thought leaders will gather for Parenting 2.0 Talks, to link arms and revolutionize the way we raise our children.  I look forward to linking arms with you.  Will you join us?  Please comment below and share this with your community.

About Present Parent Training

Present Parent Training is a cutting-edge parenting success training company for parents with children ages 0-5 years. We specialize in personal growth and parenting strategies that nurture your child's spirit and strengthen your heart. Our goal is to help parents recognize and overcome the obstacles that prevent them from being the parents they want to be, so they can develop amazing qualities as a person, and be present and hopeful in any parenting challenge.
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